Serving Salem since 1733

Come learn the Truth about Philip English...

...our founder, who was accused of witchcraft in 1692 and narrowly escaped with his life.  
All proceeds benefit the ministries and historic preservation of
St. Peter's Episcopal Church. 
All tickets are non-refundable.  
Please contact us if you would like to use your tickets
on a different date than issued.  Thank you. 
St. Peter's Chapel on Brown St. is the site of our performance. 
Handicapped access is available from our St. Peter St. entrance. 


Where is the play?  In the 1872 Chapel at St. Peter's-San Pedro Church that is located on Brown Street directly across from the entrance to the Witch City Mall Parking Garage.

When should we arrive?  Please arrive by 3:45pm for the 4pm show or at 6:45pm for the 7pm show.

How much does it cost?  Tickets cost $20 each and children 5 and under are free. Ticket proceeds fund our community ministries and historic preservation of the church.

Is there handicapped access?  Yes.  Please enter via our handicapped access way on St. Peter Street (between the granite church and our yellow Parish Hall) to access the Chapel in a wheelchair.  Although there are no truly handicapped accessible bathrooms at St. Peter's-San Pedro, there are two bathrooms on the main floor of the Parish Hall.  

How do I access the bathrooms during the performance?  To minimize chaos near our stage, we ask that those not needing handicapped access to use the bathrooms exit the Chapel on Brown Street and walk around the complex outside to our yellow Parish Hall next door where the two bathrooms are located.

How long is the performance?  We estimate that the play is 40 minutes long.
What happens if I cannot attend the performance that I purchased tickets for?  Although our tickets are nonrefundable, we will do our best to provide you with tickets to an alternative performance date on our calendar.

Where can I park to attend the performance?  We have a very small lot at   St. Peter's-San Pedro that accommodates about 15 cars filled on a first come, first served basis.  Except during September and October, there is no fee for parking at the church.  If our lot is full, there is a parking garage across the street and a municipal lot around the corner.  Parking is notoriously difficult in Salem, so using public transportation or parking some distance from the center of Salem is strongly recommended.